SCHOOL pupils of St Asaph and Rhyl have been invited by Royal Decree from the Queen of Hearts for sneak peak of a new "curiouser and curiouser" exhibition.

On Tuesday, May 14 May 2019, twenty-one Denbighshire school children, will head to Denbighshire

County Council headquarters in Ruthin for an 'Alice Awards' ceremony, a private view of The Cheshire Cat Gallery Wonderland Exhibition and a show using the children's creations.

Alice in Denbighshire – The Cheshire Cat Gallery will be open to the public from Wednesday, May 15 until Friday, July 19 and features children’s work drawn from entries in this year’s competitions as part of a Lewis Carroll themed curriculum.

Year two Ysgol Dewi Sant and St Asaph Infants' pupils Mary Henderson and Eleanor Burgess will be among the prize winners of the council's Enrichfest 2019: Wonderland schools’ competitions, which saw them take on a series of Alice in Wonderland themed challenges.

Also attending are fellow pupils of Ysgol Bodfari, Ysgol Trefnant, Ysgol Pendref and Ysgol y Parc in Denbigh as well as Rhos Street School in Ruthin.

During the afternoon, the children will meet Alice and follow her on a magical trail around the building, as she's faced with dress design sketches, crown designs templates, riddles, magic potions, Wonderland TripAdvisor Reviews, photography displays and stage scripts.

Later, the young guests will stumble upon the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party and pull up a chair around the table, feast on the Cheshire Cat’s Disappearing Sandwiches, Wacky Wonderland cupcakes, The Queen of Hearts’ Jam Tarts and sip Alice’s ‘Drink Me’ Potion.

The afternoon will culminate in a very special tea party with Alice, the White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter and the Queen herself - portrayed by Colwyn Bay based performers Magic Light Productions.